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Dr.Web for Unix Server (Samba)

Anti-virus protection for Unix file servers

Dr.Web for Unix Server is a high-performance anti-virus solution that protects Novell Storage Services and Samba (Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris) file servers.


  • High performance and stability
  • High-speed scanning combined with low consumption of system resources allows Dr.Web to run smoothly on any server hardware
  • Flexible, client-oriented configuration of scanning and actions performed with detected viruses or suspicious files
  • Perfect compatibility – the anti-virus doesn’t conflict with any known firewall or file monitor
  • Supports monitoring software (Cacti, Zabbix, Munin, Nagios, etc.)
  • Easy administration, simple installation, and configuration

Key features

  • On-demand and scheduled scanning of server volumes
  • Improved! On-the-fly scan –checks files for viruses as they are about to be written or opened
  • Multi-thread scan
  • Automatic disconnection of workstations from the server as soon as they’ve been identified as threat sources
  • Instant notifications for the administrators and their groups via e-mail, short messages sent to a phone, or pager
  • Improved!Isolation of infected files in the quarantine
  • Curing, restoration, and removal of quarantined objects
  • Anti-virus actions log
  • Automatic updating of virus databases

System requirements

Operating systems

  • GNU/Linux (kernel 2.6.37 and later and glibc 2.13 and later);
  • FreeBSD;
  • Solaris — Intel x86/amd64 only.

The operating system should run Samba 3.0 or later and use PAM authentication.

If you use a 64-bit operating system version, it must be able to run 32-bit applications.

Free disk space:

  • At least 1 GB

The software suite was tested under the following Linux distributions: Debian (8 and later), Fedora (24 and 25), Ubuntu (14.04, 16.04, 16.10, and 17.04), CentOS (6.6, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3), Red Hat Enterprise Linux (6.6, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3), SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (11 SP3, 11 SP4, and 12), FreeBSD (10.3, 11.0, and 11.1), and Solaris (10 u11).